Good Morning, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.
Here’s to the end of another weekend in the Nabe and to an exciting week ahead of us. What did you get up to this weekend, locals? Tell us in the comments and don’t forget to post your fall fun photos to our Flickr group.
In the meantime, here are some events to get you out of the house tonight:
- BRIC and the Ingersoll Community Center will kick off a series of community dance classes tonight. Taught by Ronald K. Brown and Evidence, A Dance Company, the classes are based on traditional African dance and contemporary choreography. It’s guaranteed to be more fun than another session on the treadmill. The free class is open to all ages and skill levels, and starts at 6 p.m. at 647 Fulton Street.
- At 7:30 p.m., the Brooklyn Academy of Music will present a viewing of the documentary, “Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film.” While he started his career as an experimental musician under the name Smog, Bill Callahan now writes music in a lo-fi, acoustic folk style. The film follows Callahan during the promotional tour for his 2011 album, “Apocalypse.” After the movie, Callahan will stop by for an unusual twist: Instead of a run-of-the-mill Q&A, he will host a reverse Q&A, so make sure to prepare some answers of your own. “Apocalypse” will be shown at the BAM Rose Cinema in the Peter Jay Sharp Building at 30 Lafayette Avenue. Tickets are $13 for general admission and $9 for students and seniors.
- Are you a teacher, librarian or educator who is looking for the next book to get your students hooked on reading? Greenlight Bookstore is holding its bi-annual Educator’s Night at its 686 Fulton Street shop at 7:30 p.m. With representatives from publishers such as Random House, Candlewick Press, Abrams Books and Chronicle Books showing their wares, you’ll have plenty of choices for books for everyone from first grade up through high school. Meet other educators over drinks and snacks, and learn about partner opportunities that Greenlight offers for schools. There will be door prizes and plenty of free materials, not to mention a 20 percent discount for educators. The event is free, but you must email email@example.com to RSVP with your name, job title, grade, and school affiliation. Make sure to mention your educator ID to get the special discount.